Recommended Books

Slice of Life Day 30

Before break, my students and I finished two books in a series that I was recommended by our LRC assistant. We were hooked! We waited everyday for our read aloud time to get lost in the character’s story. We loved the days we had a double read aloud day just because we had to know what was going to happen next! I would highly recommend Front Desk and Three Keys.

With having finished these two books I was in search of another recommendation and I knew she wouldn’t steer us wrong! This time we went for a spooky story that is set in Chicago and the main character is an artist. My 4th graders are big into scary, huge into art, and we just discussed a lot about Chicago with our Illinois unit. Win-win-win!

I started reading this book and I am hooked, again! It is chilling. It is suspenseful. I cannot put it down! It is the kind of scary that the author’s words gives me chills and goosebumps right along with the characters. I should be able to finish it tonight and the anticipation is killing me! Even without knowing the ending, I would highly recommend The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street. Hopefully the characters, and I, are able to survive the ending. Thanks for another great recommendation!

2 thoughts on “Recommended Books

  1. This was on the IL Reads list for our IRC Book Club class. I haven’t read it yet, but now I’m looking forward to it! Let me
    know if you think it’s age-appropriate for 6th graders.

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